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Scuba Diving in the Gulf Oil Spill


Watch scuba divers exploring the waters affected by the BP Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico


The Associated Press joined a scuba diving expedition to see how the oil spill is affecting the marine ecosystem in the Gulf. This is an eye-opening video that is a MUST WATCH for scuba diving and environmentally concerned people.

Trained observers will notice some troubling images. The dive industry is working closely with government officials to take whatever action is possible to protect the fragile marine environment in the gulf.

http://www.examiner.com/examiner/x-17646-Scuba-Diving-Examiner~y2010m6d9-Video-Watch-scuba-divers-exploring-the-waters-affected-by-the-Oil-Spill-in-the-Gulf-of-Mexico



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